Plus: iPhone crash detection software wastes Stearns County deputies’ time; electric firetrucks unveiled; MPCA issues air quality alert for parts of Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Young Minnesota farmers snap up state grant money for down payments; Aurora ranks as poorest town in Minnesota; “Pelican Pete” relocated for dam removal project; and more.
Plus: Man makes 400-mile trip in blizzard to deliver a kidney; Delta Air Lines to offer free wifi on flights; home building was down in 2022 but apartment building was up; and more.
Plus: Union Pacific places embargo on train traffic due to winter storms; Dakota Electric works to restore power to hundreds in the south metro; Twin Cities rapper Maria Isa drops new EP the same day she’s sworn into office at the State Capitol; and more.
Plus: C.H. Robinson’s chief executive is out; the most diverse set of state lawmakers ever is sworn into office; Southwest Airlines offers bonus miles to customers affected by holiday meltdown; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz takes oath, pledges to use surplus for children and families; Atwater pickup driver loses fish house to freight train; wintry mix, heavy snow, freezing rain on tap for Minnesota Tuesday and Wednesday; and more.
Plus: Double digit snow totals could hit southwestern Minnesota with central Minnesota expecting 6 inches or more; Twin Cities man’s family says he’s gone missing in Ethiopia; Minnesota Lottery announces two winning $1 million tickets; and more.
Plus: Cookie company operating in the Twin Cities violates child labor laws; the loss of three once-popular eateries; a list of Minnesota holiday movies; and more.
Plus: Correa to the Mets; Target hoping for strong end to the holiday season; no bail for man accused of plotting mass casualty event; and more.
Plus: Minnesota businessman tied to Cambria countertop company encouraged Trump to fight the 2020 election results; National Weather Service in Duluth sends ominous warning about power outage possibility; Carlos Correa now appears headed to the Mets; and more.
Plus: Attorney General Keith Ellison announces public meetings on Sanford-Fairview merger; woman pleads guilty to sex trafficking charges linked to GOP operative; Minnesota-based sustainable soap company HiBAR gets Forbes writeup; and more.
Plus: Twin Cities community raises money for accessible van for boy shot by stray bullet; temperatures dip below zero for much of the state; Minnesota Historical Society employees work on first union contract; and more.
Plus: Another unionization effort by Amazon workers in Shakopee; Twin Cities housing sales experienced steep decline in November; 3-5 more inches of snow expected in the Twin Cities through Friday; and more.
Plus: Layoffs at Packers Sanitation Services following child labor charges; Winter Storm Warning now in effect for much of Minnesota; Twin Cities restaurant owner allegedly failed to pay millions in state income taxes; and more.
Plus: Twin Cities fares better than U.S. on inflation; railroad workers in Duluth demand paid sick days; Attorney General Keith Ellison asks for a bigger budget; and more.
Plus: Flu season hits some families hard; $400,000 incentive to recruit teachers of color from other states is untapped; Twin Cities to get rain/freezing rain while northern Minnesota gets snow; Janet Jackson will perform at the Xcel Energy Center in May; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis fixes broken water main; Seattle-based recycling company Ridwell comes to the Twin Cities; messy winter storm arrives Tuesday; and more.
Plus: St. Paul police release body camera footage in police shooting; a guilty plea in a massive fraud scheme targeting elderly victims; Olivia Plath of “Welcome to Plathville” moves to Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Company calls lawsuit over THC gummies “overzealous”; St. Paul Public Schools proposal would give kids days off for Jewish, Muslim holidays; top Twin Cities Google searches of 2022; and more.
Plus: “Walz checks” are among the things Gov. Tim Walz wants the projected $17.6 billion budget surplus to pay for; artist creates abstract images of Lake Superior; a $400 million soybean crushing facility could be built north of Grand Forks; and more.